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Every Beloved creation, which is dear to Alessandro Michele, is connected to the House's past, which the Creative Director has incorporated into the present, giving each item the idea of a treasured wardrobe necessity to return to, season after season.

Alessandro Michele, the House's Creative Director, is the best at drawing inspiration from the past, and Gucci's archive may be one of the most frequently referred to in the entire fashion world. Everything Gucci touches is a reflection of the past, from heavily researched collections, co-designed by Harry Styles to partnerships with Palace that sought to revive the '70s, '80s, and '90s undertones. Now, Gucci is continuing its efforts with the introduction of the Gucci Jackie 1961 Mini Calf Hair Bag duo.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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After the riveted iterations featured in Gucci HA HA HA and the USD 6,000 punk-tinged Jackie 1961, the opulent Italian company now offers something resembling a true throwback. Here, the small size is offered in either "Orange" or "Pink" calf hair, coordinating with black leather trim on both incarnations (ideal for merely bringing the necessities with you on a night out).

For the Jackie's signature piston closure system, the two also get gold-toned hardware. The leIn addition, their hand-held strap also has more gold detailing. The minimalist but highly effective design is completed by a second leather strap that makes the mini bag into a crossbody style. 

View the brand-new Gucci Jackie 1961 Mini Calf Hair bags above, which are available for USD 2,800 each online or in stores right now.

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